im Missionshaus „Königin der Apostel"
Vienna 1170, Kreuzwiesengasse 9
Stringtrio B-flat Major D471
Divertimento D Major KV 136
Streichquartett B-flat Major KV458 "The Hunt"
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Quintet Nr. 12 K. 414 in A Major
Erich Wolfgang Korngold
Marietta’s Lied op. 12 (from the Opera)
"Die tote Stadt" for Piano Quintet
Piano Quintet in F minor op. 34
December 2019 : Debut concert at Arnold Schönberg Center
July 2020 : "Summer Concert" at Arnold Schönberg Center
August 2021 : 13th Chamber Music Festival Vienna (Kammermusikfestival Wien) at Schloss Laudon.
September 2021 : Klassik im Burghof, Kärnten.
April 2022 : Erich Korngold Festival "ÖKF KLASSIK" Hungarian Music History Museum & Bartok Archiv, Budapest
September 2022 : Schlosskonzerte Hunyadi, Maria Enzersdorf, Niederösterreich
Johannes Brahms—Piano Quintet in F minor, Op.34
Gideon Klein—String Trio (1944)
Erich Wolfgang Korngold—Piano Trio in D major, Op.1
Erich Wolfgang Korngold—Marietta's Lied from "Die Tote Stadt" (arr. for piano quintet)
W.A. Mozart—Piano Concerto No. 12 in A Major, K. 414 (arr. for piano quintet)
Robert Schumann—Piano Quintet in E flat major, Op.44
Arnold Schönberg—Chamber Symphony No. 1 in E major, Op. 9 (arr. by Anton Webern)
The Korngold Ensemble Wien was founded by five renowned musicans who had already gained success in various chamber music groups and had it‘s debut concert at the Arnold Schönberg Center Vienna in December 2019.
The ensemble has since been invited to important music festivals in Austria, Spain, Hungary and Taiwan, including concerts at the Arnold Schönberg Center Vienna, Vienna Chamber Music Festival at the Schloss Laudon, Klassik im Burghof Music Festival in Klagenfurt, Musik im Schloss Hunyadi, Schlosskonzerte Gleinstätten, chamber music series in Schloss Kittsee, E. W. Korngold Festival in Budapest, Hungary, chamber music series (Ciclo de Cámara) in the Auditorio de Tenerife, Spain, chamber music series in La salle de l'Institut, Conservatoire de Musique d'Orléans, France and at Wei Wu Yin National Kaohsiung Center for Arts and Culture in Kaohsiung city, Taiwan.